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AI and Attorney Obligations Are Still Outpacing the Law

February 4, 2020, Legaltech News

Lee Tiedrich spoke with Legaltech News about lawyers’ obligations pertaining to the law and artificial intelligence. Ms. Tiedrich indicated that much like the internet in the 1990s, the growth of technologies such as AI continues to outstrip the development of the law. The lack of absolute regulatory clarity raises the stakes for organizations. “You need to be very careful as you go forward with AI because even if there’s no legal risk, bad headlines can result in bad reputational harm for companies,” she adds.

Referencing State v. Loomis, a case out of the Wisconsin Supreme Court where the defendant claimed that the use of an algorithmic risk assessment tool violated his due process, Ms. Tiedrich questions the bias in AI that still remains, “How can we humans use [AI] in connection with the other types of functions that we use?”

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